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Leading mobile broadband provider 3 has upgraded its Mi-Fi device to the new Huawei E585 product.

The new router creates a local area Wi-Fi hotspot for personal users, offering users the flexibility of accessing the web via laptops, smartphones, iPads and other mobile devices.

Other changes from the previous Mi-Fi offering include an improved OLED display, and the removal of flashing LEDs to indicate performance.

Internet service provider 3 has made the change across all Mi-Fi bundles, with the exception of the in-car Mi-FI pay-as-you-go deal.

Motorists seeking mobile broadband services in their vehicles will retain use of the previous Huawei E5830.

The internet service provider announced the launch of the new Mi-Fi device three weeks ago, along with an initial retail price of £49.99 for consumers seeking a pay-per-use option.

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